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Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein is not part of the European Union but the European Economic Area and the Schengen Area.
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Bird of Paradise
Birds of paradise feed mainly on fruits and arthropods, and some on nectar and small vertebrates.
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Common cuckoo
The common cuckoo is a migratory bird belonging to the cuckoo family.
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Geography
19 facts about Nan Madol
Venice of the Pacific
Horseshoe crab
The horseshoe crab is currently not an endangered species.
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Spanish Steps
The staircase was made for the Jubilee Year of the Holy Year 1725 (a year of special grace in the Christian tradition, commemorating man's descent from God).
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Poison ivy
Over 350 thousand people in the USA suffer from urushiol contact each year.
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Animals
18 facts about Crested gecko
Also known as eyelash gecko
Animals
20 facts about Leopard geckos
Also known as panther gecko
Cuba
Castro was a person made famous by many records and surprising facts related to his life and activities.
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Argentina
Argentina has numerous protected nature areas, among other 30 national parks.
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Black-headed python
Black-headed pythons are not an endangered species.
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Animals
14 facts about Spinosaurus
Spinosaurus means "spine lizard."
Architecture
25 facts about Empire State Building
The world's first over 100 floors skyscraper
Ocean sunfish
We still do not know how long an ocean sunfish can live.
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Architecture
26 facts about Petra
The mysterious city of tombs
Geography
27 facts about Santorini
Saint Irene island
Poland
Earplugs, kerosene lamps, and bulletproof vests are all Poles' inventions.
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Animals
12 facts about Cabbage White butterfly
Small white (Pieris rapae)
Bull snake
Female lays about 12 eggs in a hole and leave them without protection to hatch.
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Animals
19 facts about Luna moth
One of the largest moths in North America.
England
The first ancient capital of England was Winchester.
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Architecture
18 facts about Lighthouse of Alexandria
One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
Arc de Triomphe
After Chalgrin's death in 1811, construction was supervised by Jean-Nicolas Huyot.
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Animals
17 facts about Bull snake
One of the largest snakes in Canada and United States.
Animals
15 facts about Glass frogs
Also known as see-through frogs
Brown recluse spider
They are nocturnal creatures.
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Geography
22 facts about Gobi Desert
Largest desert in Asia
Frederic Chopin
He was born in the outbuilding of the manor house belonging to the Skarbeks, where his father served as tutor.
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Russia
The longest river in Russia is the Lena River, with a length of 4,400 kilometers.
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Plants
19 facts about Saguaro cactus
Largest cactus in United States
Animals
17 facts about Tawny frogmouth
Second most popular bird in Australia
Poison ivy
About 15 to 25 percent of people are immune to urushiol.
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Animals
23 facts about American robin
Common migratory songbird
Mount Vesuvius
The beginning of the activity of Vesuvius is dated to about 25,000 years ago.
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Architecture
20 facts about Eiffel tower
The symbol of Paris and the tallest structure in the city.
Croatia
The Pazincica River, which flows through the Istrian capital Pazan, ends its course in the Fojba Cave, also known as the Pazinska Cave, 120 m deep.
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Animals
16 facts about Wolf spider
Not so venomous spiders
Plants
16 facts about Poinsettia
One of the most popular Christmas decorations
Empire State Building
The 73 elevators installed in the Empire State are capable of transporting 10 thousand people per hour.
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